2014 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Australia’s premier bioenergy conference, Bioenergy Australia 2014, will be held at the Stamford Grand Adelaide, from 1 - 2 December, with a technical tour on 3 December.
REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN!
This year's event boasts 100+ speakers!
The Conference Program is now available.
Interested in attending? REGISTER NOW and secure your place at the event!
ABSTRACTS AND POSTER PRESENTATIONS
The program has 100+ presentations covering all facets of biomass and bioenergy. At this stage please save the date.
Please Note - We are NO LONGER ACCEPTING Abstracts for oral presentations.
For those who have submitted an abstract, you can still access your abstract details HERE should you wish to amend it.
POSTER PRESENTATIONS AND COMPETITION
Poster Competition - A prize of $500 will be available for the poster voted 'best in show'.
EXHIBITION AND TOUR
The Conference will also include a trade exhibition and a tour to bioenergy facilities in the region. View further details on these elements of the Conference access the Bioenergy Australia Conference tab.
B2B MEETINGS AT THE EVENT
If you are interested in meeting with fellow delegates please let us know. Contact email@example.com for more details.
QUARTERLY MEETING AND 2014 AGM
18th September 2014, Canberra - PRESENTATIONS NOW AVAILABLE!
Presentations included update reports from the IEA Bioenergy National Team Leaders for tasks 38, 39, 42 and 43. This meeting also included the BA 2014 AGM. Download and view the 18 September 2014 quarterly meeting presentations and other materials from the day.
Presentations from the 18th Sept Bioenergy Australia quarterly meeting
Report now available
A major report, Bioenergy in Australia - status and opportunities is essential reading for those who want to come to grips with this subject
Bioenergy and Climate Change
The Bioenergy Australia 2013 conference included a stream on the Climate Change Effects of Biomass and Bioenergy Systems. Leading international experts from Australia, Brazil, USA and Sweden provide their perspectives on how biomass contributes to mitigating climate change and more generally sustainability. To navigate directly to the individual speakers, please go to the time indicated: Annette Cowie: 0:17 John McGrath: 2:58 Regis Leal: 4:33 Leif Gustavsson 6:29 Helena Chum: 8:25.
The Bioenergy Australia website http://www.bioenergyaustralia.org/ provides authoritative information on bioenergy, including interviews with experts on many aspects of biomass and bioenergy